May 12, 2012 · 8:00 PM
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We warmly invite you to join us tonight for a Saturday night at the Albion pub in West Kensington with a live band playing especially for our meetup group (they will mainly be performing a mixture of popular cover songs). The band will be playing downstairs and upstairs we've also booked the separate function room ideal for conversation. Please check out the photographs of the four organisers who are hosting this event (pictured on the right). Us organisers will be looking out for new members, but if you see us first please feel to approach us, so we can introduce you to other members.
The Albion is widely regarded as one of the best traditional pubs in London, with an exceptionally warm feel and very friendly staff. We've organised many events at the Albion and they have always been very well-attended and worked exceptionally well. The last event we held here was attended by over 100 people and was among the best reviewed events we've ever organised. The pub closes around midnight. Photographs of the venue are displayed below.
Directions to the pub: The closest tube station is Barons Court and the pub is a short walk from there - approx 7 minutes (along two main streets)You should turn left after exiting this tube station (there is only one exit) - this is Gliddon Road. Then keep walking for a short distance when you will come to a busy junction. Walk directly over the junction via the pedestrian crossing and continue walking up Gliddon Road (you will then walk past Hammersmith College on your left hand side). Continue walking all the way to the top of Gliddon road, which will eventually merge into Edith Road. Walk to the end of Edith Road and you will come to the busy Hammersmith Road. Turn right into Hammersmith Road. Walk on the right hand side of Hammersmith Road for approximately 100 metres and you will see the Albion pub on your right hand side.
We hope this has explained everything, but if you have any queries then please contact us. It should be a good night :-)
Martyn and Terry.